Blogging Marathon #139 Week 4, Day 3
Theme : Diwali Sweets
For Diwali usually everyone makes Indian sweets. But I always prefer making at least one tray bake. The main reason for me doing this is that you get a good quantity of sweets for the effort you are putting in. I ended up making cupcakes too this time, I usually don’t make it. It’s been a long time since I made cupcakes and this was the perfect occasion to bake some.
I also made these almond katlis, which are super easy to make in Instant Pot. All the sweets I prepared were either with Instant Pot or baked in the oven. I bought the savory items from a shop recently.
I didn’t realize until now that I hadn’t taken a picture of the brownie itself. Since it’s there as part of the Diwali platter, I am using that picture for this post. This is not the usual brownies I make – this was a new recipe from the Hersheys book I have. It was named Fudge brownie pie. Along with these amazing brownies, there was a hot fudge sauce recipe to serve with ice cream. I didn’t prepare the sauce , need to do that the next time I bake this! This is a one bowl bake and quite easy to prepare.
Read on for the recipe.
- 2 eggs
- 1 cup sugar
- 1/2 cup butter, melted
- 1/2 cup flour
- 1/3 cup cocoa powder
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- In a mixing bowl, beat eggs with a whisk. Add the sugar and melted butter and mix well again. Add the dry ingredients and combine well.
- Pour into a greased pie dish or an 8” square pan which is greased and lined.
- Bake at 350F for 20-25 minutes or until a skewer comes free of crumbs when inserted in the middle of the pan.
- Cut into pieces once cool and serve with ice cream.
3 thoughts on “Fudge Brownie Pie”
I have made this and I can vouch how delicious this is! Love that touch of modernness in that platter with these brownies…
Love your Diwali tray. Very inviting. And this brownie sounds simple. So we don’t any flour is it?
Oh oh just saw the mistake. Will correct it, thanks for pointing it out!